Boston has a reputation for being unfriendly, but I’ve never found that to be true. Yesterday, while out and about in the Public Garden, I asked a stranger if she could take a picture of me in front of a pink tree–and she was super-helpful, asked if I was a fashion blogger (yay!), and took a bunch of pictures from different distances. We exchanged contact info, and it turns out she sells Stella & Dot jewelry; you can check out her page here.
Thank you, Liz, for these lovely pictures! 🙂
Dress: H&M, sandals: Clark’s, bracelets: So Good, headband and necklace: Forever 21, earrings: I don’t even remember, pink rose statement ring: The Tiny Teapot, silver rose ring: I’ve had since high school
I originally wanted to climb into the tree for these pictures, but my sandals did not agree with that plan. Ah well!
Cherry-blossom season is hands-down my favorite time of year. It’s the one time when the trees are as pink as I am! 🙂
I had been meaning to paint my nails lavender to match the dress, but I ran out of time before I had to leave the house for a fossil fuel divestment rally at the Massachusetts State House (which I’ll write about in a separate post, along with my other adventures, since this one is already picture-heavy). I did paint them when I got home, so just imagine that they’re lavender!
If you’re in Boston and looking for plus size bracelets, I highly recommend checking out So Good. It’s one of the few places where I can regularly find bracelets that fit me. It does take some effort to find them, because the majority of their bracelets are smaller, but it’s so worth it. I’m kind of in love with these stretchy spike bracelets and I want to wear them every day, at least when I’m not wearing my other favorite So Good bracelet (the white rhinestone wristband you can see in this post).